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REMEDY FOR CAREY ACT POINTED OUT
(Concluded From First Page)
DMert Land Board of the State
of Oregon to adopt a policy in
the future to require the issuance
of a deed to the settler when set
tlement and reclamation are com
pleted under the rules now in
force, and require the settler to
live a first mortgage to the irri
gation company to secure the un
paid water installments under
the same terms stipulate in the
contract"
Proposals to change the Ore
gon water code were defeated
and the satisfaction of the con
gress with the existing code and
its operation was expressed in
the following language:
"Whereas, it appears highly
important to the development of
Oregon that a stable and consis
tent policy be pursued with re
spect to water rights and titles.
and,
"Whereas, It appears that the
water code has in general given
satisfaction to the water users,
and is considered to be far in ad
vance of similar laws in other
states, therefore, be it
"Resolved, That it is the sense
of the Oregon Irrigation Con
gress that no radical change be
made in the present system of
laws relating to water, and, that
the Legislature give most care
ful consideration to the various
recommendations as made by the
State Engineer, and this congress
especially indorses the appropria
tion of additional funds for car
rying on the adjudication of wa
ter rights by the Board of Con
trol." LATEST DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE NOTES
(From Our Portlnml Correspondent)
Valley View Item.
Jam 17. 1913.
Improvements in Valley View
are going steadily forward.
Max Plath has bought a team
and wagon built a barn and
chicken house and built some
fence which turns the County
mad down by the school house.
The lay of the Oregon hen has i Barns seem to be quite the ran
been thesubjectof much thought! in Valley View this winter Lloyd
LOCHER BUILDING DESTROYED BY FIRE
(Concluded From First Page)
and making tours of their pre
mises to see that no embers or
flying sparks had communicated
the flames to their buildings.
The mnsslve stone walls and
piers that remain standing on
the scene remind one of the ruins
of some old time ruined castles.
It shows the excellent break of
stone structures to the spread of
Humes. The Times-Herald does
not know what Mr. Locher will
do respecting the erection of
another structure on the site.
The massive stone walls of the
ground floor are still intact and
with little work can be made as
substantial and in fact more
substantial than before.
The Times-Herald certainly
feels that the work of those on
that night is entitled to the
highest praise. It cannot be
personal in this respect other
than to the ladies of the
Auxiliary and the other good
women of the town, all of whom
helped. Many made coffee and
prepared lunch in their own
homes and went out after worn
out men who had been working.
In this respect we wish to call
attention to the generous work
of George Foon, the Chinaman
who has been a resident of Burns
for so many years. He made
eolfee and insisted that the ladies
take it out to the boys and then
he would make more.
"A" BARKING UP A TREE"
i rum-hided From Kirn! I'nfrr)
This is more of a problem than
it appears, for it has to be bigger
than a one man organizatin,
therefore one individual cannot
expect or command the confidence
of all without showing he is
capable of carrying out an un
dertaking, that it is feasible and
not for jwrsonal gain.
Any man. or set of men, who
can show the people they are
able to carry to success any un
dertaking having for its pursue
the advancement of this section
in a commercial way or develop
its resources, such as to place
water on the dry lands and bring
them to a high state of cultiva
tion, thus furnishing homes and
people, will find the people of
this town and the entire county
ready to give moral support.
on the part of the regents of the
Oregon Agricultural College and
they will seek funds from the
Legislature to establish a mode!
poultry farm at Corvallis. The
Average hen in the state lays
about 50 eggs per year, while
champion layers at the college
have gone well past the 200 mark
in a twelvemonth. It is desired
to develop a laying strain of
poultry, and to sell the fowls and
their eggs at a reasonable price
to farmers is the object aimed
at in establishing the poultry
ranch.
Fruit growers of the Rogue
River Valley district have organ
ized a co-operative association,
which is expected to do much to
bring about better marketing
conditions. It is believed better
distribution can be effected and
the glut of markets avoided,
thereby getting better prices for
fruit
The Government will provide
for road building through lands
in this state held in forests.
reserves. Announcement was
made this week that a total of
$16,077 has been set aside for
building roads in 13 forest re
serves in Oregon.
Redmond had a notable celebra
tion the past week when the big
potato warehouse lately erected
by the co-operative efforts of
farmers in that district was open
ed. This building marks the be
ginning of a movement among
the farmers of Central Oregon
district whereby a better market
is offered for their products.
Potatoes and other crops can be
Stored here and sold in large
quantities when the market is
best
To harness the Columbia River
by means of a hydro-electric
plant at Celilo, developing no less
than 100,000 horsepower, is the
project of a state senator, who
will suggest his plan to the legis
lature in a bill. He believes the
states of Oregon and Washing
ton should build and operate this
power plant.
Culp has built one and put an
addition on his house. Wm.
VVelty and Geo. Cobb have each
iuilt a new barn these perman
ent improvements are what we
like to see.
Mr. Richardson has organized
a rabbit club which will help
exterminate the pests.
('has. Raycraft one of our
homesteaders who went to Seat
tle sometime ago says he wishes
he were back as Harney valley is
good enough for him, it never
fails people who live here awhile
and go away are like a bad pennv
always come back.
We hear Henry Huntley who
went to Seattle this winter has
done gone an done it yep, got
married. Congratulations Henry
Harry McCombs is holding
down his homestead.
A. T. Raycrast is getting ready
to build a large addition to his
house, woodshed etc.
Advices Quarantine Against
The Alfalfa Pest
Hi Stomach Troubles Over
Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not
like to feel that your stomach
troubles were over, that you
could eat any kind of food you
desired without injury? That
may seem so unlikely to you that
you do not even hope for an end
ing of your trouble, but permit
us to assure you that it is not
altogether impossible. If others
can be cured permanently, and
thousands have been, why not
you? Sohn R. Barker, of Battle
Creek, Mich., is one of them.
He says, "I was troubled with
heart-burn, indigestion, and liver
complaint until I used Chamber
lain's Tablets, then my trouble
was over." Sold by All Dealers.
Choice relinquishments; deeded
and, and homestead locations
close to Malheur Lake and R. R.
E, R. Griffin,
61tf Narrow, Oregon.
Discussing the threatened ap
pearance in some parts of East
ern Oregon of the alfalfa weevil,
already such a pest in Utah, and
the control measures under con
sideration, A. L. Lovett of the
crop pest force of the Oregon
Agricultural College says:
"The value of a quarantine is
wholly theoretical, but surely it
would be a step in the right direc
tion to keep out any product of
an infested district such as al
falfa hay, though it is certainly
but one of the many ready agents
for the diffusion of the pest.
"Because of the many different
avenues through which the pest
might be introduced, some mea
sure authorizing a competent
person to investigate thoroughly
any reported outbreak or suspici
ous district or shipment should
be passed. This person should
also have authority, when an
infestation was found, to use
whatever stringent measures
were necessary to stamp out the
pest in its incipient stage.
"Kail way right of ways, where
any legumes are growing, afford
an excellent breeding ground for
the stay beetle which drops from
the passing car. From this un
noticed initial spot the pest may
spread to adjacent fields. A
measure which would encourage
the cleaning up of railway right
of ways is another step in the
right direction.
"Remedial measures are, so
far, strictly in the experimental
stage. Rather than discuss these,
I would urge a careful considera
tion of the serious nature of the
alfalfa pest. I would urge grow
ers to acquaint themselves as
much as possible with the pest,
and watch diligently for any
sign of an injury similar in nature
to that made by this weevil, and
to report at once to the experi
ment station, giving all particu
lars as fully as possible, and en
closing samples when it is pos
sible."
Columbus Was Not
First In America
The declaration of J. W. Bab
cock of the Anthropological soci
ety that history had improperly
honored Christopher Columbus
as the discoverer of America,
and that this continent, or por
tions of it, was shown on maps
drawn before the great discover
er was born, has divided the
society into two camps. Mr.
Babcock started the controversy
in a lecture before the organiza
tion. The coast of Florida and Cuba
both were known to the Portu
guese, Italians and Spaniards,
Mr. Babcock asserted, long be
fore Columbus set out on his
voyage. He produced reproduc
tions of maps dating as far back
as 1411 to support his conten
tions. One of the maps was a
reproduction of the work of
Martin Hehaim. in 1402, before
Columbus returned from his voy-
nge of discovery, showing both
Cubs and Florida.
Mr. Babcock ascribed to the
Atlantic currants the early dis
covery of the western continent
at a date earlier than 1402.
These currents, he said, set in
past the Azores and would have
swept a vessel to the shores
either of Florida or Cuba.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is lirtcltv givtfl that the iindei
i(ned riecntoi f tin- taut will and
u-st.inu in ninlratuteof tirren I litilicatb.
deti-iiM-il, luis tiled with thr County
Court of the State of Oregon, for llur
County, i"" duly verified final account.
as In- law required, nud that the Mid
county Colin ha appointed the loth
day of Fclirunry I'M:!, m the hour uf 10
o'clock A. M. of said diiy, at the c urt
Iioukc of nalil county, in but in. Oregon,
ne the time and place for the hearing of
object Hiii-- to Haul final account and ttie
settlement thereof, Any ami all peraona
having objection thereto uiuat file the
MUM With the ilcrkof nail! court on or
More the said day of hearing.
ROBBRTN, Ill'DSFEATII,
Kiecutor of the taut will and testa
inrtit ami I'Hliitc of tireen llmla
peatli. deceased.
Hums, Oregon, January 8, 1818,
u l :i
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
I Min. srrrt Land urni b ,
Bill iia, in X"". January 10, 191$. f
'IO l.mjIK I. Itri'U M uf unknown H't'lls '. i 'Mi
It-Sli u
You at"' liuruliy uotlflu'l iimi i i.arl. I. y,
who trivia I'.tin.-. urajcoii. '" lni (ifllie aI
drcaa. '!"' on January i- 1VI.I. 11 It in tl.la
uflli i- till duly corroborated application lu con-
.. b'hi m ' ii ! iii' ( aiMsMiaiion .r y.nr Home
stead. Kutrjf HyrUI HO 0.4M. made March
L 1V0P4 lor ill- N't. of Hrt lou It, Town
hip -ouih. icaiige r, Rut, Willamette- Mt-rl
dlan, ail' an Krounda for bis ruutcat ha allrKa
that aald I.ouii V hrown Nan wholly abandon
d aald land fur innn- than all month last
tiit, and haa never icltled, rualded upon or
cultivated tame.
You arc, therefore, fin titer notified that the
aid allegation will he taken by til la office u
having boon i onfeaaud by jhi, and your entry
will he cancclt l thereunder without jfour fur
ther right tti he heard therein, either before
tlila oil;. or on iij. pent, if you fall to file In this
offieu within I wenty day after the FOuKTII
nubil" aiioii of ihla notice, as aliuwi. below.
our nimwer under oath, Bectlcailr meeting
anii rtaMnung io invar aiicKnu.iiiv hi couteat,
orlf)ou ail within that time to file In Ihla
office due proof that you have aerVedacopt of
your iiiiiT on the aatd contestant cither in
person or by registered mall. If thla ei-rv h e Is
made by the delivery of a copy of your answer
to tin i ut ti b'hiii lu Hihoit, .roo! of tut It ear
vice in iix t be either I hit Maid font aslant' written
ac klinwlcilacmc UL of his receipt of the nmv.
bowing the date of Ita receipt, or the affidavit
of the person by M lioni the delivery was made
tat lug when urni wuere tin- vopy was deliver
eil.if made by lugUlered mall, proof of urh
service must consist of the affidavit of the per
son by whom the copy was mailed, and thla
affidavit must be accompanied by the poet
master re e.t lm the letter.
You Nhuuld aisle in our answer the nam of
the post office to which you desire fniare
notices to be sent to you.
Wm. Iahkc, KcgUler.
Date of first public stlon January 1H, 1VI8.
bale of second publication January Mt, lUM
Hat- of third publication Kehruarr I, 1118.
Date of fourth putillcatloii February H, llilB.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
Uhiraii tatks I. ahi times, t
llurm. orutfon, liuvember 4, tvl'sl
Nutlet- la lion l.yglvitn taut Mary 1 hurijiaii,
Inn
Summons.
In Hie Circuit Court ol the State of
Oregon for Harney County.
Ufa Ml"r. plaintiff
Ti.
C. J. Millar, defendant.
To C. J, Millar, the above named tie
fciulant: In the name or the State
ol Oregon, you air hereby required
to appear and answer the complaint
tiled ngninit you In the abort entitled
nit on or before the hint day of the time
nreacribed in thr order of publication of
this summon, to wit: on or before the
-4th day of February l13, ald date
being the ei,iirntiod of aii week from
thr In ail publication of t Hi minimus,
a nil if you fail ao to nppsur and answer,
for want thereof, plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief demanded in the
complaint, to wit: Kor a decree dls
Holvingthe lionda of matrimony exiiting
iK'twecn plaintiff nnd defendant, ami
for cost and tliahuiitemtnta of suit.
Till! 11 uiih ll published by order
of lion, (.rant Thoinpmui, Judge of the
County Court of Harney County, Ore
cm. made and entered on the 8th day of
January HUM, and the data of the Srst
publication of this uiuuioni ia January
ti, 1013.
O. A. KliMUOU),
1110 Attorney of plaintiff.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice ia hereby given that the under
signed ndminlatrn tor of the tetntr
of Julia llinb.pi nib, decreaacd
ban Sled with the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for Harney County,
hi duly Tcrillrd final account, aa by law
required, and that the auid count court
haa appointed the lSlh day of February
11)13, nt the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of
inn! day, at the court limine of nid
county, in llurna, Oregon, aa the time
and place for thr hearing of objection
to auid final account and the aetttrinent
thereof. Any and all prranne having
objection thereto must file the same
with the-clerk of uid court on or before
the auid day of hearing.
KOKKKT N. HUUSI'RATH,
Adiiiiuiatrntnr of the estate of
Julia lludipeath, deceaaed.
llurna, Oregon January till), I'll I
11 13
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice ia Inn by given that the innlii
tuned n.ltiiitiislriitiir of the Hatatr of
Vila I. Mill, i deceaaed, haa filed hi
linal account of bia iidminiat i utioil of
said eatate with the clerk of the County
Court ol the State of Oregon, for Harney
Count i. and i Imi auid court hu miiile
.in 1'ider appointing Saturday, the loth
lav ol February, 1013, at the hour of
lm o'clock A M. of aaid duy, at the
court room in the ouuty t ourt limine
in Ilni lm, llnniry County, Oregon, u
thr time and place for I be hearing of ob
jrrliona to auid linul account and the
settlement thereof.
All ptraou nucleated in aald eatate
and having objection to auid llnal ac
count or any part or item thereof are
hereby notified toprcaeul aaid objection
and file the annie with the clerk of aaiil
court on ot lielore anid time,
Dated tin Ulh day of January. 11113
'II Ah'. I S T. MM.I.I.K,
I. S COOK. Adiuiuisli.it.. i
Attorney H-13
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I'NITKIlHTATK.s I.ANUtirrii'K.
lliirn. Or. in. ii. December 4. 1(11.1
Nolle la l.i-rrlo myrntliat Mark II. Mm, ol
ut llarrliiian. iin..n win., on January v, iwe,
iia'li' llomeairail viitrv Nu ICIM. Merlal Nu.OMtf
for M- Hecilon i, Tawnahip .' north. Hngr
... l.a.l, 11 lllani-lti Marlillau. haa mini unlire
of Intention to main final flvv year I'roof, to
ralal.lllli rlatm lo III lain! atiove ilrarfllMsl,
before lb Heglater ami Hrratver. at Huru.
Oregon, on lb' i:tih ilav of January, Ida
B. MURRAY
Public Stenographer
Tonawama Bldg., Burns
M. A. BIGGS
Attorney at taw
Vocftly llldg., llurna, Oregon
Htll'IKTIKN
HAHNKV I.IIIMIK, MO. 77, I. O O
Meet every Hlunlay lu odd fellow Hall
al 7:iw p in. T. H. Hpraaue,
W. W. II. ml. I, Herirlai 1 N. II.
iiarrr work an fo'lewa: I Iral Hatunlay Inl
I'atoryi second Hatiinlav, Klral Iirgr: tlilrd
rlaiurday, aenoiul Heirrr; Itiurlli Halurdey,
Third I'eitree.
Ht'llNH I.IIIMIK Nil I,', A . A II.,
r4el every Oral ami iblrd Mliirily In each
month. ). I. Oalllt, W M
sain Mutherahead.Henralar.
M ilitKN WOODMKNur AMKIUIA
Mel every aerond and fourth Kndy evun
Itil at 1. ii. ii I. Mall, all neighbor Invltnd
New a.illi aula will rerrlve i niirlniua treat
"' M. A IIIiiki, r
W T. latest, Clerk.
HtlRNH CM A I' I Kit SO. 10, O. K. H.
Mrel every arriiiiil ami (..lull, Momlaya, lu
Maaonlr Hill. h rankle Welriime, W M
Kll Iweek, Hueretary,
itVI.VIA KRHKKAII DKOKKK No . .
Meetaevery latkiidad Wednoaday.
, . Ilir.ll.. nallnn, N. tl.
Madge Leonard, Hoe. Hec'v.
TIII.Kl'IKll.K Nil. ll.'., W.ul W.
Meetaevery fuuilh I u. .lay.
Maud II. i. in (I. M.
Heater (ioodman. Clerk.
OrriCIAI. IlIMKl TllKV
TAT 011111:
I' a Henai.ua l Iniialhaii Hiairne Jr.
111. K. ' hamlirrlalli
W It gill
t.oiigreeamea .: w llawley
Allurii.y Oetieral A. M. Crawford
iiawal.l Weal
.. F W llni.ol.
T.H.Kay
'ooeinot
secretary ol HUut
I'reaeurer
uul. rubllc Inatrurlluii. .. I.. K. Aldurllian
Htata frltiUr w H linulwky
I ll.. 1. 1 Kakln
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u.iame Jadgae . , (teo ii Hurneti
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NINTH JI'lill IAI. IIIHTKK'T.
Illalrlet Judge i,i, ,g.
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le.uly 1.1.1 Ally Clli.mia.d
Clreult Cinirt meets II. r n,.i MiauUy In
April and Ural Moml.y In 11, lohrr
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is nt I hiiuijiaoii
K II. Water.
Hhuiili l.ewla
Frank I', onwatt
A. k . tin hanlaoi,
J. J. I ..in ran
I. M Ham Hon
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John UiihliiMiiii
.. I' -ylvealer
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THE
BTHROL
or
HKKVICR
You Should Employ Thw Symbol
V. WHEN TRAVELING V
Between (Vnfral OnfOn nml Portlfttd, hecuiiHr of lbs
THROUGH SERVICE
Hctweon I'ortlaud, Tiicoinn and Seattle BseaBM "f
the tow splendidly qalpped (rains steel Plytr, Owl,
Tugpt Bound Bxprtm and Bhasta Umltsd De Luxe
hetweon Oregon nnd the KaHt, becdUM f three solid
traiiiH daily in eaeli direction O.-W. Limited nnd
I'ortlaud Pttfet Sound BxprsM to Denver, Omaha,
Chieago, KannaHCit.v and nil points ICaHt; and the Boo
-Sioknne Train De LttXS to Hi Pftttl nnd Minneaio!iH.
Its A Pleaaant Duty To Answer Questions
H. BAKOUL, AKt. O. W. R. A N. Redmond, Ore.
PROFKK8IONAI, CARDS,
MARSPEN 6 GRIFFITH
i'hyaiulana ami Hur, ,
BDKNH, OBKOON
TILLS0N IMttM M. II, i m D
Offire HeronrI' flour 1 1 1. . H. ,..M U
Entrance on Main HI reel
Burns, - . OrvK,m
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Offire In new building nom,,
liarneH ibofi, Main
Tlnine Main H ,.
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I et'aga
I.
W. D.
Physician and Surgeog
(rfflce al Jorfenaen Hldn , M
Calla attenJcil Nljjtu r iay
WHY NOT MAKE $200. A MONTH That's
950.00 a Weak, almost 1Q.00 a Day
a
ibu.il Nu.erliil,i,,,.ii
orouer
HlMtfe Inai erltir
..inn, ., afi. nil.
Helling Victor Bates and Are nroof lama
to merehanls, Qixitor. lawyers, dentlau and
well-tn dufarmera.all of whom realise the tn rd
ole safe, but do not know hnweaajlilatoowii
one. Baleaman declare our prnnoa'tlnn one of
the la-it, Oleatl cut moln-y mnlliiH ,.. jsirlt.nl-
ttee ever renalyeil. Without iiretloua estari
enrr VOll can duplicate Hie success of other
Our handsomely Illustrated VU) iage catalog
will enable jou to preaent the aubjeet to cue
liimera In as Intereallng a manner aa though
vou were piloting lliem through our factory. Men appointed aa
a&ieaiuan receive tano. am, ,... - -, .
Ni'vlnelnilalklBf point -Mcli tl Is imp.ia.lt.le tor a prospective customer to ajTW
diii" VOll U Mi nril to pply from your vicluliy Ufore aomeoue alee gel the lerrltoryt
W. can favor only one salesman out St each loeallly. a,gaf
esimiatjy w oeUbraled by
erecting the most nindera
fartnry In the world. Wld.
awake aaee) who received our
special selling Inducement,
rendered H ueis-saary lo double
our out pi. :. We are spending
many thousands of dollars en
larging our lc organisation,
bnl lo learn all particular. It
will cost yon only tu prlo ol
a postal card.
January, M.,.i.
Nn.r.iil.. i
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.i alter
klayui.
Itii ui.lt'r,
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Marshal.
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frank Hairy
HTV. -trine
roll in Ilni. ii
Mectltig ut the I
rnurlli Wednned
...I 11 I lileuger
. A. M. Byrd
J.l VlrlrouieJr
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Frank I'm.
I M. J. Mi KIiiiioii
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fUD.
Wm V iMI Hi'Klslrr.
Sumpter Valley
Railway Co.
TIMI-: T.wsl.l. NO. t) IN
JUNK 14, ll" in.
KKiitrr
Mrs. Grace B. McHose
Tucan
Voice and Piano
Methods llaed In
Ciscissatti Csssenalory of Music
Hcaldencc studio and door west
I'.rsliv terlnn Church
iimniimti:m:i::iuwiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniii
'njSmjliMm
Owe New Hem.
Ii. E. HIBBfiRD
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Unrns. Oregon
W. C. BROWN.
DEKTIST.
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Office rooms H and tl Ma
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DENMAN 4 DENMflN,
Phys clans and Surgeons
ii.-li! or dat
Harriman, Oregon
( alls iniaa.-ri-.l ir,.n,,n,
'I'lione liarrimati.
Dr- Minni Hand
Physician and Surgeon
Hired telephone CoJrnectMaj
Lawen. Ore.
Ceeacltv 10,000 Sale Annual.
sk for Cslshgus 16T.
THE VICTOR
SAFE & LOCK CO.
CIICIIMTI, OHIO
DRINKWATER & SLOCUM
iW-
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'j&S
Main St.,
Horseshoeingf,
Blacksmithin,
Wajon Work
COOLEY AUTO
MATIC BRAKES
Burns, Oregon,
LONK
RE8TAURANT
QEOKUB FOON Mi op.
Weat H nl.
No. 1 I'aaa
No.
VM Hound.
- Fast p. in
:U l.v Maker Oily Ar 6: 0
9:5 " Honth I'.aki-r l.v 6:26
8:68 ' Salialniryl " 8:00
in in Lock hart f " 4:58
10:07 " Tliompaoot " 4:88
10:17 " SUnldaril Juuctlont 4:48
10:22" WalorTankt "4:40
10 :2 " Mrean'iHpurt " 4: 2
10:11 " MrKwent " 4:88
10:56 " JUNCTION! " 4:10
11:10 " Sumpter " 4:05
11:15 " "JUNCTlONt " :50
11:40" in. hi. n I " :0
NOON
12:00 ' l) I. Canipt " :06
V. M.
U A " Whllueyl " 00
U:40 " TIITONt " 1:40
1:10 Ar Au.tin " 2:10
Meals At All Hours. Short
5 -vJ in . r
j vruers anu rrompi service
With Reasonable Rates
ENGINES.
BOILERS
IWSSEU
--J1IGH GRADE
MACHINERY
WRITE TOR 5PECIAL CATALOG AND PRICES
. THE A.H.AVERILL MACHINERY CO.
S POKANE. WA5M.- PORTLAND. ORE. - f AN JOSE CAL.
A. REM BOLD
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Burns, Of.gon
MlLLLK & C.I Ml
ATTORN KVy A I i..t .V
lfnriis, liii'....,,
Kimiiii Ii and 7 Mm limldis
Kslln Iimi.s .iilrgly ms-lv at tin- i alls r
CHARLES W. EbbIS
LAWYER
Burns, - . Oregon
1'rarticea in the Stat.- Court and t
fore the C S. Ijind Offlcu.
(Than. II. Ionoitl
AtTOHNEV- AT-l.AW,
Careful attention given to Colle.
lions and Real Kstate mattera
Kire liiMiram-i'.
Notary Public
Burns. Oaaam
Give Me A Gall
OppMlt TlMM.Hrralfl Bui 11 1 is
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formerly Mary K
who oil March I), IWMI, iijmiIc llnincileail Kutry
thai Mary h.'lhu
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Nu tti'J Herlal Nu
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li.uu aU V WilU It.- M ..elil Ian haa HI...I
tiMiicn n( hifciiiioii in nuikc fliial nvu-jrea.r
I'roof, to uattihlinli lalin to th- lain sbovu d
Rorlbed, Lwloru thu IttlHivr ami Itootilvvr, at
Hurni.OruKon. on thf i.uh ty ui January. 11H8
I'lalinuiil loiiinaaa wltni'aHt-a
Mack II M.Mk, Krank I, mar., Krauk Nsw
man, QfOrgt LUOII all of IIhi rliiian. Oron.
WM I'ahhi, KncUtur.
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
IIMTKU UTiTas I.ani. Orriig, 1
Ilium. ..Hi-. in. I.r.'.-ial.ri il, llll
Ni.lli r la li.-i Iiv k v.i. I list Ttiurnee lluttuo, ol
lull. Oregon, Assign.-, nl l.liui. W Hi.alulna,
Aaslmirr nl l.mila frulacliar, lias Ulna In tills
i.itii. his i...n. aiii.n In ruin iindur rleotluu
.Mlm, llivl.i'.l Miilill.-anl Hi llnll.nl HUtes, til
HW',. HK'i.Huc Al. 'I'. MX K. UK. W. M . lira
gim.Hi.rlal No. IM.lhfi
Auyanii an ii.'ra..iia iianiiiug a.ivrrae.y in
IbiiiIm ilua.-i I ln-il i.r ilt-ilnuK tn i.lijr.t dec us
i.l tl,. mi. ..ml rlirarlur ul tl.a laud nr for
any it'll. I i.-aann I.. 11.. illa.nsa) to pnlll!llt,
lliilll.l lllr tln-lr altl.laills nf prnlost 111 this
..tin. i.n or l-i I. .1 lliu alii -lay uf Kaliruarv,
IMI.
. I iaa. KegUler.
Klral publlrslliili January ll, WlH.
Last .ii -ailnii Krl.ruary , lli-.
stop on ainala only. INoaxunt.
Ticket UhuimI only lor station where
traius are scheduled to tusks r.'g-ular
atopa. I'asseiiKers must puroliaie tick
eta where agents elt before entering
train or 20 inula In tlilltlon to the re
gulsr fsre will be charged.
.IOSKI'11 A. WKHT, Hupl.
liltANTOKDDKH. Aaat. Hont.
Star Hotel
S. J. MIIIWIN'I I.M. Crop.
NARROWS, - ORRUON
litis will he found a desirable
and hoapltable stopping place
where comfort and courteous
treatment are considered first
Feed Barn
Conducted In connection !
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BURNS MILLING CO.
HORTON , 8AYER. Propts.
Rough and Dressed Lumber,
Rustic. Flooring, Moulding,
Finishing Lumber.
Nearest Sawmill to Burns. Cood Road.
Lumber Yard in Burns.
A. W. GOWAN
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
State Courts and United States
Land Office Practice
Three doors South of the
Harney County National Hank
Burns. Oregon.
K.li. Coon
asso a sat. not-.
M. V. IK.lms
a "so. a. is, aoc el.
COOPER & dolx;e
Civil and Hydraulic Engineers
Irrigation, Water Supply
Sewerage, Water Power.
Surveys, Maps, Katlinates, Suinrviaios
BURNS, OREGON
K. ('. I 'it i u,i,
Kormerl). Aaau Kuglneer
I'l II. K Itr. lalliallnn Ser
i las,
a. o. Facixaaa
Koriuerly 1'hlef I
glntt-r ol B.iisa 4
Vf.-Bl.-rn Ki
$1500 Reward!
W. A. (ioodman sella Rolled
Barley at He. Rolled Wheat at
lie. Clean seed Barley, lie,
Good Wheat lie, at hia barn in
the west part of town. 6tf.
I'l... Oregoa, Us I
I lorn la a lid N. valla
Live .tuck ftoter
llou Association uf
which the uud.r
alguad la wain tier,
will glv.i 11,005 u6
reward tor eel
il.inru luadlng to
H. N. McCOMB
General Repair Shop Rear W.
O. White's Shop, ft Main Street
Plumbing, Pomp and Wind
Mill Work a Specially.
WHITE FRONT
LIVERY STABLE
Eastern Oregon Engineering
Company
CIVIL AND IRIMUTION IM.1MUS
Bsrss, Ureses
JEAN BART BAIXOMB
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ASSO. t AM. I.
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1.1.
111. arms! ami con
vilillon ol any par
tror parllaa steal
In I a
or mule belonging
tosuy uf It mam
la a.l.lltiou io lb abut, lb. nnderalf ued
i.Bnrs lb same roiiillllou IMal.uu for all borsus
branilo.1 bora alioil bar on bulb or either Jaw.
Brand recorded In night rouuil.a Uauge
Harney. Lake and Crook ouuallas. llorae
vested wb.u Bold.
Nuna l.ul grown buraea aold and only In
arge buunliea,
w W.HRtiWN rife, Oregon.
Burns Sheet
Metal Works
Til, Upper, Sheet Ires Work el sll
Dcscriptles.
Camp Sieves, Tasks, Jebbiif, Plnoib-
iig le order. Give Me Trial.
O. W. SCHUMANN
Proprietor. Voeiftly '( Old Stand
HVDKAULIC ENOINEER
Ditcbaf, Reservoirs, Final I'roof
Work, Hydro-Electric Power
U. S. Dep. Mineral Work
Cesrt Wsrk A Spviieltj -
lingaufd In Both Private. And
'.'in iiin,.i, stri.ani ttafias
Al HIKSON - . ORRUON
NEW RIGS AND TEAMS
'Phone to Me for Your Doctor Cails.JOHN "OBiNiON
R. J. McKINNON, Jr., Proprietor.
Young mule for sale Inquire
at this office.
Blue prints of any Township
and range in Harney county
correct down to date address,
Burns Blue Print Co.,
8tf Burus, Ore.
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Open For Busineas. KeRular
Meals at all hours. Open
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CALL AND SEE ME NOW
l:verythlK Neat and New
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;buns sanaterium:
Mr. Wm. Cummins, Prop.
Best of care for patients
Well furnished rooms, nent!
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Knucravei'.
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